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NEWS | Oct. 4, 2011

802 SFS locks down 559 MG: QB DeWolfe throws 2 TDs, defense picks 3 in 26-0 victory

By Jose T. Garza III 502nd Air Base Wing OL-A Public Affairs

For Paul DeWolfe, it was all about taking care of business and making it to work on time.

Subbing for starting quarterback Robert Cady, who was on leave, DeWolfe threw for two touchdowns in the 802nd Security Forces Squadron's 26-0 victory over 559th Medical Group Tuesday. He went to work security on the flightline shortly after the Division I flag football game.

After shedding the jitters, DeWolfe lead SFS on two first-half touchdown drives, hitting pay dirt with completions to Jenson Gilleri and Josh Ferguson.

"The first snap was kind of nerve racking, but once I got the jitters out, we started locking the defensive line and I was able to scramble to get the football to receivers," DeWolfe said.

Security Forces locked down the 559th MG offense, forcing quarterback Max Rasmussen to three interceptions, one resulting in a pick-six by Richard Woods, which gave SFS a 20-0 lead at the half.

Woods scored again early in the second half, sealing the shut-out win for SFS.

"The last touchdown from Woods was just icing on the cake," DeWolfe said.

At 4-2 and in fourth place, SFS had been struggling to score offensively. The last time security forces scored at least 20 points was Sept. 13 in a 20-0 victory over the 93rd Intelligence Squadron.

Needing one more touchdown to seal the win for his team after scoring 20 points in the first half, DeWolfe said he was confident his team wouldn't squander the lead and give the 559th MG hope of a comeback.

"I knew our offense and defense would do their job," he said grinning. "We had a good jump on them. My confidence is always high. I'm just a cocky kid."